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Peterly Jean Baptiste

February 8, 2017

In this issue’s Spotlight, meet Peterly Jean Baptiste, a freshman dual major in language and international trade and French. Already working with the Sustainability Office under a grant with the American Farmland Trust and co-president of a campus environmental club, Jean Baptiste aims to return someday to his Haitian homeland to see what he can accomplish.

Bridget Smith

February 8, 2017

In this issue’s Spotlight, meet senior chemistry major and women’s hockey goaltender Bridget Smith, an Honors Program student-athlete who has received significant academic recognition as well as leading Division III nationally in saves percentage in the net for the nationally ranked, playoff-bound Lakers (18-6-1 overall and 12-5-1 in the ECAC West, where they are seeded third and hosting a playoff game on Saturday).

Malcolm Huggins

For Malcolm Huggins, 'impact' means helping student athletes thrive

February 1, 2017

Malcolm Huggins, assistant director of athletics for facilities, marketing and game management, aims for the success of Lakers in life as in sports and school.

Leea Sinay

Leea Sinay

January 29, 2017

Nontraditional student Leea Sinay works full time, coaches lacrosse, takes 12 credit-hours a semester—and says finishing her college degree in business administration at SUNY Oswego in Syracuse is tailor-made for her.

Sarah Formoza

November 16, 2016

In this issue’s Spotlight, meet Auxiliary Services’ registered dietitian, Sarah Formoza, whose recipes and advice influence nutrition for more than 4,000 campus residents eating in the college’s dining centers.

Don Cleveland

November 2, 2016

In this issue’s Spotlight, meet 12-year Air Force veteran Don Cleveland, a junior history major going to college full time, engaging with both the Veterans Club and Non-Traditional Student Organization, and playing on the Table Tennis Club’s jayvee tournament team.

Trevor Jorgensen

October 19, 2016

In this issue’s Spotlight, meet music faculty member Trevor Jorgensen, who orchestrates his life around family, doctoral studies, music teaching, jazz performance, ensemble conducting and his roles as impresario of a chamber series and college assessment coordinator.

Daphne Frias

October 5, 2016

In this issue’s Spotlight, meet Daphne Frias, who is aiming for a rich college experience before going to medical school. A strong advocate for herself and others, she says to the world, “No need to stare at the chair … Just ask me what you want to know!”

Roy Ayotte

September 21, 2016

In this issue’s Spotlight, meet Roy Ayotte, a plant utilities engineer in the Central Heating Plant in Lee Hall, working with the boilers there and around campus that supply steam for heat and hot water.

Laura Hess Brown

September 7, 2016

In this issue’s Spotlight, meet human development professor and chair Laura Hess Brown, long involved in growing a multidisciplinary program that focuses on understanding—and improving opportunities for—people from infancy through old age.